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Crochet
Gives
Back
8 Free Afghan Blocks
for
Warm Up America
by
Shibaguyz
Designz

About the Designer & Warm Up America
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby is the co-founder of The Shibaguyz
and Shibaguyz Designz. Shannon is an award winning
designer having published hundreds of patterns for
magazines, yarn companies, the Shibaguyz Pattern Line. He
currently has six books published (with another to be released
in 2015). Shannon’s work has appeared on the covers of
US and International magazines, including: Crochet! Crochet
Today, Inside Crochet, and Knitting Today to name a few. A skilled instructor,
Shannon’s classes are often sold out and are highly recommended by his students.

He teaches locally in the Pacific Northwest and at national fiber festivals, such as
Dallas Fiber Festival and Oregon Flock and Fiber. When not in the studio, Shannon
can be found hiking in the Pacific Northwest wilderness with his husband, Jason,
and their 3 shiba inu.
To learn more about Shannon or Shibaguyz Designz be sure to visit their w
ebsite
Shibaguyz.com
Shannon can aslo be found on the web here:
Facebook.com/shibaguyzdesignz
Twitter.com/shibaguyz
Ravelry.com/designers/shannon-mullett-bowlsby
Warm Up America has been helping people in need since
it was founded in a small Wisconsin town in 1991. it all began
with a group of neighbors knitting and crocheting afghans for
neighbors in need. Founder, Evie Rosen, came up with the idea
of having volunteers knit or crochet afghan blocks 9”x7” and
having other people join them together. The idea quickly caught
on, and today Warm Up America distributes warm afghans, caps
and other items to tens of thousands of people, thanks to the
generosity of knitters and crocheters around the country.
More about Warm Up America can be found on their website:
warmupamerica.org

The Blocks
Waffle Block
R-R-R-Ridges
Mitered
Corners
Spiked V’sTrebble Crunch
Block
Stacked V’s
Woven Cables
Cross Spike
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ut written authorization from The Shibaguyz.

W
affle Block
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished Dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation Double/Single
Crochet (Fdc/sc): Ch 4 (first Fdc
made), insert hook in 3
rd ch from
hook, yo and draw up a loop,
yo and draw through 1 loop (first
“chain” made), yo and draw
through 2 loops on hook (first
sc made), X insert hook under 2
loops of the “chain” just made,
yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 1 loop
(“chain” made), (yo and draw
through 2 loops on hook) twice
(dc made), insert hook under 2
loops of the “chain just made, yo
and draw up a loop, yo and draw
through 1 loop (“chain” made),
yo and draw through 2 loops on
hook (sc made); repeat from X
for desired number of foundation
stitches.
Front Post Single Crochet
(Fpsc): Insert hook from front
to back and then to front again
around post of indicated stitch,
yo and draw up a loop, yo and
draw through both loops on
hook.
Pattern
Row 1: 34 Fdc/sc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, dc in 1
st st, fpsc, X
dc, fpsc; repeat from X across to
last 2 sts, dc in next st, sc in last
st, turn.
Row 3 – 25: Repeat Row 2
Fasten off.
Finishing: Block to 9x7” (see
notes). For best blocking results
with acrylic, we recommend
using a garment steamer or…
heck… even the steam from
a teakettle would work great!
Then pin the piece into place
and leave to set until completely
dry.

T
reble Crunch
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation half double crochet
(Fhdc): Ch 3, yo, insert hook
in 3rd ch from hook, yo, pull lp
through, yo, pull through 1 lp on
hook (ch-1 completed), yo, pull
through all 3 lps on hook (hdc
completed), X yo, insert hook in
last ch-1, yo, pull lp through (ch 1),
yo, pull through 1 loop on hook,
yo, pull through all 3 lps on hook (hdc); repeat from X for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Notes
The chain 1 at the beginning of
each row and the sc between
treble stitches act to “crunch”
the trebles creating a nubby,
textured fabric.
Pattern
Row 1: 28 Fhdc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, tr in 1
st st, sc in next
st, (tr, sc) across to end of row,
turn.
Row 3 – 20: Repeat Row 2.
Row 21: Ch 1, hdc in each st
across. Fasten off.
Finishing:
Block to 9x7”
(see notes). For best blocking
results with acrylic, we
recommend using a garment
steamer or… heck… even the
steam from a teakettle would
work great! Then pin the piece
into place and leave to set until
completely dry.

R
-R-R-Ridges
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn; CYCA 4
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation half double crochet
(Fhdc): Ch 3, yo, insert hook
in 3rd ch from hook, yo, pull lp
through, yo, pull through 1 lp on
hook (ch-1 completed), yo, pull
through all 3 lps on hook (hdc
completed), X yo, insert hook in
last ch-1, yo, pull lp through (ch 1),
yo, pull through 1 loop on hook,
yo, pull through all 3 lps on hook (hdc); repeat from X for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Split half double crochet (Split-
hdc): Yo, insert hook in last st
worked, yo and draw up a loop,
insert hook in next st, yo and
draw up a loop, yo and draw
through all 4 loops on hook.
Pattern
Row 1: 27 Fhdc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in 1
st st, work
Split-Hdc across, turn.
Row 3 – 19: Repeat Row 2.
Row 20: Ch 1, sc in each st
across.
Fasten off. Finishing:
Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using
a garment steamer or… heck…
even the steam from a teakettle
would work great! Then pin the
piece into place and leave to set
until completely dry.

S
tacked V’s
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation half double crochet
(Fhdc): Ch 3, yo, insert hook
in 3rd ch from hook, yo, pull lp
through, yo, pull through 1 lp on
hook (ch-1 completed), yo, pull
through all 3 lps on hook (hdc
completed), X yo, insert hook in
last ch-1, yo, pull lp through (ch 1),
yo, pull through 1 loop on hook,
yo, pull through all 3 lps on hook (hdc); repeat from X for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Pattern
Row 1: 41 Fhdc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in 1
st st, sk next
st, hdcv in next st, X sk next 2
sts, hdcv in next st; repeat from
X across to last 2 sts, sk next st,
hdc in last st, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in 1
st st, hdcv in
next ch 1 sp and in each ch 1 sp
across, hdc in last st, turn.
Row 4 – 23: Repeat Row 3.
Row 24: Ch 1, hdc in each st and
each ch 1 across.
Fasten off. Finishing
Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using
a garment steamer or… heck…
even the steam from a teakettle
would work great! Then pin the
piece into place and leave to set
until completely dry.

M
itered Corners
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Foundation Double Crochet
(Fdc): Ch 3 yo, insert hook in
3rd chain from hook, yo and pull
up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo
and draw through 1 loop (1 chain
made), [yo and draw through 2
loops] 2 times, yo, insert hook
under 2 loops of chain at bottom
of stitch just made, yo and pull
up loop (3 loops on hook), yo
and draw through 1 loop (1 chain
made), [yo and draw through 2
loops] 2 times. X Yo, insert hook under 2 loops of
chain at bottom of stitch just made
(Figure 4), yo and pull up loop
(3 loops on hook), yo and draw
through 1 loop (1 chain made),
[yo and draw through 2 loops] 2
times; repeat from X
for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Pattern
Round 1: 8 Fdc, ch 2, (4 dc, ch 2,
dc)
in bottom of last Fdc made, dc
in bottom of next 6 Fdc, (dc, ch 2,
4 dc) in bottom of next Fdc, ch 2,
join with sl st to first Fdc made.
Round 2: Ch 1, X
(Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st) 7 times, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 2 sp, (Fpdc,hdc btwn st just
worked and next st) 3 times, Fpdc,
(hdcPV  hdc) in next ch 2 sp; repeat from X, join with sl st to first
Fpdc made.
Round 3: Ch 1, X (Fpdc, hdc) 7
times, Fpdc, hdc between st just
worked and next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV
2VQPI in next ch 2 sp, Fpdc, hdc
btwn, (Fpdc, hdc) 3 times, Fpdc,
hdc between st just worked and
next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 2 sp, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st; repeat
from X, join with sl st to first Fpdc
made.
Round 4: Ch 1, (Fpdc, hdc) 8 times,
Fpdc, hdc between st just worked
and next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc)
in next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st, (Fpdc, hdc) 5 times, Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in next ch
3 sp, Fpdc, hdc between st just
worked and

next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 9 times, Fpdc,
hdc between st just worked and
next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 3 sp,
Fpdc, hdc between st just worked
and next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 5 times,
Fpdc, hdc between st just worked
and next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc)
in next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st, Fpdc, hdc, join with sl st to first
Fpdc made.
Round 5: Ch 1, (Fpdc, hdc) 9
times, Fpdc, hdc between st just
worked and next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV
2VQPI in next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st, (Fpdc, hdc) 7 times, Fpdc, hdc
between st just worked and next
st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in next ch
3 sp, Fpdc, hdc between st just
worked and next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 11
times, Fpdc, hdc between st just worked and
next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st, (Fpdc,
hdc) 7 times, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st, Fpdc,
(hdcPV  hdc) in next ch 3 sp,
Fpdc, hdc between st just worked
and next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 2 times,
join with sl st to first Fpdc made.
Round 6: Ch 1, (Fpdc, hdc) 10
times, Fpdc, hdc between st just
worked and next st, Fpdc, (hdc
ch 2VQPI in next ch 3 sp, Fpdc,
hdc between st just worked and
next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 9 times, Fpdc,
hdc between st just worked and
next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st, (Fpdc,
hdc) 13 times, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st, Fpdc,
(hdcPV  hdc) in next ch 3 sp,
Fpdc, hdc between st just worked and
next st, (Fpdc, hdc) 9 times, Fpdc,
hdc between st just worked and
next st, Fpdc, (hdcPV  hdc) in
next ch 3 sp, Fpdc, hdc between
st just worked and next st, (Fpdc,
hdc) 3 times, join with sl st to first
Fpdc, made.
Round 7: Ch 1, sc in each st
around, working 3 sc in each ch 2
sp.
Fasten off.
Finishing
Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using a
garment steamer or… heck… even
the steam from a teakettle would
work great! Then pin the piece
into place and leave to set until
completely dry.M
itered Corners cont.

W
oven Cables (aka Week 2 Scavenger Hunt)
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation half double crochet
(Fhdc): Ch 3, yo, insert hook
in 3rd ch from hook, yo, pull lp
through, yo, pull through 1 lp on
hook (ch-1 completed), yo, pull
through all 3 lps on hook (hdc
completed), X yo, insert hook in
last ch-1, yo, pull lp through (ch 1),
yo, pull through 1 loop on hook,
yo, pull through all 3 lps on hook (hdc); repeat from X for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Front Post Double Treble Stitch
(Fpdtr): yo 3 times, insert hook
from front to back then to front
again around post of indicated
stitch, yo and draw up a loop,
(yo and draw through 2 loops on
hook) 4 times.
Double Treble Left Cross (Dtr
L Cross): sk next 4 sts, Fpdtr
around each of next 3 sts 2 rows
below, hdc in 4
th skipped st,
working in front of 3 Fpdtr just
made, Fpdtr around each of the
first 3 skipped sts Double Treble Right Cross (Dtr
R Cross): sk next 4 sts, Fpdtr
around each of next 3 sts 2
rows below, hdc in 4
th skipped
st, working behind 3 Fpdtr just
made, Fpdtr around each of the
first 3 skipped sts
Pattern
Row 1: 37 Fhdc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each st across,
turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in 1
st st, (work
Dtr L Cross, hdc in next st) 4
times, hdc in each of last 4 sts,
turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in each st across,
turn.

Row 5: Ch 1, hdc in each of 1 st
5 sts, (work Dtr R Cross, hdc in
next st) 4 times, turn.
Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each st across,
turn.
Row 7 – 21: Repeat last 4 rows
ending with repeat of Row 5, do
not turn at end of Row 21.
Border
Round 1: with RS facing, ch 1, sc
in side of each stitch at end of
each row and in each st around,
work 3 sc in corner st to turn.
Fasten off. Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using
a garment steamer or… heck…
even the steam from a teakettle
would work great! Then pin the
piece into place and leave to set
until completely dry.
NOTE: When blocking post
stitches, it is best to leave them
overnight to dry, as post stitches
tend to draw back or “shrink
up” even when blocked. We
blocked our finished block to
slightly larger than the finished
dimensions to prevent shrinkage.
W
oven Cables cont.

S
piked V’s Block
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation half double crochet
(Fhdc): Ch 3, yo, insert hook
in 3rd ch from hook, yo, pull lp
through, yo, pull through 1 lp on
hook (ch-1 completed), yo, pull
through all 3 lps on hook (hdc
completed), X yo, insert hook in
last ch-1, yo, pull lp through (ch 1),
yo, pull through 1 loop on hook,
yo, pull through all 3 lps on hook (hdc); repeat from X for indicated
number of foundation stitches.
Right Leaning Spike Stitch (RL
Spike): yo, insert hook in next st
2 rows below, yo, pull up a loop
even to the height of the working
row
Left Leaning Spike Stitch
(LL Spike): yo, insert hook in
previous st 2 rows below, yo, pull
up a loop even to the height of
the working row
Spiked V-Stitch (Spiked V):
(worked over 3 sts) work RL
Spike, hdc in next st, work LL
Spike
Pattern
Row 1: 33 Fhdc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in each st
across, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in each of the 1
st
3 sts, (work Spiked V, hdc in next
st) 7 times, hdc in each of last 2
sts, turn.
Row 4: Repeat Row 3.
Row 5: Ch 1, hdc in 1
st st, (work
Spiked V, hdc in next st) 8 times,
turn.
Row 6: Repeat Row 5.

Row 7 – 18: Repeat the last 4
rows
Row 19: Ch 1, hdc in each st
across.
Fasten off.
Finishing
Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using
a garment steamer or… heck…
even the steam from a teakettle
would work great! Then pin the
piece into place and leave to set
until completely dry.
S
piked V’s Block cont.

C
rossed Spike Block
Materials
Any worsted/medium weight
yarn;
H/8 – 5.00mm crochet hook
Finished Dimensions
9x7” with H/8 – 5.00mm hook
(or hook size needed to obtain
finished dimensions)
Stitch Guide
Foundation single crochet
(Fsc): Ch 2, insert hook in 2nd
ch from hook, yo and draw up a
loop, yo and draw through 1 loop
(first “chain” made), yo and draw
through 2 loops on hook (first
sc made), X insert hook under 2
loops of the “chain” just made,
yo and draw up a loop,
yo and draw through 1 loop
(“chain” made), yo and draw
through 2 loops on hook
(sc made); repeat from X for
indicated number of foundation
stitches.
Half Double Crochet Crossed
Spike Stitch (HdcX): (worked
over 3 sts) sk next 2 sts, yo,
insert hook in next st 2 rows
below, yo, pull up a loop even to
the height of the working row, yo,
draw through all 3 lps on hook,
sc in 2
nd skipped st, yo, insert
hook in 1
st skipped st 2 rows
below, yo, pull up a loop even to
the height of the working row, yo,
draw through all 3 lps on hook.
A note about working “2 rows
below”: The sts in the row
into which you would usually
work are “1 row below” the
row you are currently working.
Accordingly, a st “2 rows below”
is in the row immediately below
the row into which you would
usually work.
To calculate the row number “2
rows below”, simply subtract 2
from the row you are currently
working. For example, if you
are working Row 7 and you are
instructed to work into a st “2
rows below”, you should work
into the st in Row 7 – 2 = Row 5. 

Pattern
Row 1: 35 Fsc, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc across, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in 1
st st, (HdcX,
sc in each of next 3 sts) 5 times,
HdcX, sc in last st, turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in 1
st st, (sc in
each of next 3 sts, HdcX) 5 times,
sc in each of next 3 sts, sc in last
st, turn.
Row 5 – 24: Repeat Row 3 – 4.
Row 25: Ch 1, sc in each st
across.
Fasten off. Finishing
Block finished square to 9x7”.
For best blocking results with
acrylic, we recommend using
a garment steamer or… heck…
even the steam from a teakettle
would work great! Then pin the
piece into place and leave to set
until completely dry.
C
rossed Spike Block cont.

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hrysanthemum

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hrug
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of Shibaguyz Designz
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